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  • 00:31

    Actors from "The Jingle Dress" Movie

    in Radio

    Fast Horse Productions' The Martha Fast Horse Show

    Show Topic: The Jingle Dress, Starring Chaske Spencer, Stacey Thunder, Kimberly Guerrero, Brandon Oakes, Steve Reevis, Tony Papenfuss, Mauricimo Sanchez-Hohenstein, and S'Nya Sanchez-Hohenstein to name a few.

    Special Guests: Stacey Thunder (Red Lake & Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe), cast as role of Elsie. She is host of the PBS television series, "Native Report", producer, actress, attorney, and Nike N7 Fund board member

    Mauricimo Sanchez-Hohenstein (Standing Rock Sioux), cast as role of Chris. He is an actor in theater and film, fluent in Spanish, beginner level in Japaneses & Lakota, and modeling for Red Works Photography

    S'Nya Sanchez-Hohenstein (Standing Rock Sioux), cast as lead role of Rose. She is a dancer, singer, and model for Red Works Photography, New Native Theatre - Improvisation, History Theater - Lead role in Musical tour "Tales Along The Minnesota Trail"

    Kasa Hohenstein (Standing Rock Sioux), mother and manager of Mauricimo and S'Nya

    Mario Ramirez, (Lac Courte Oreilles Ojbwe, Navajo, Hispanic), cast as role of Cousin Dan, recently did some work with a cable network channel, and is very interested in other roles and film industry

    Kim Walsh, personal trainer of Diesel, cast as role of Pitbull

    Featured Song: "Bread and Cheese" by A Tribe Called Red, an all First Nation (Upper/Lower Cayuga & Nipissing Anishnabe) DJ crew from Ottawa Canada. They remix traditional Pow Wow music with contemporary club sounds. 


    Producer/Host: Martha Fast Horse (Rosebud Lakota), Engineer/Talent: Justin Severson (American)

    Airing Saturday 8/2/14 at 12:00 a.m. CDT on Blog Talk Radio

  • 00:31

    The Jingle Dress Sneak Preview at Minneapolis St Paul International Film Fest

    in Movies

    Fast Horse Productions' The Martha Fast Horse Show

    Special Guests: Thomas Cain (Red Lake Ojbwe), Stacey Thunder (Red Lake Ojibwe), Kasa Del Rey Hohenstein (Standing Rock Sioux Tribe), S'Nya Sanchez-Hohenstein (Standing Rock Sioux Tribe), Mauricimo "Mo" Sanchez-Hohenstein (Standing Rock Sioux Tribe), Kim Walsh (Minnesotan) & Diesel the Pit Bull (Canine/4 legged nation)

    "The Jingle Dress" A narrative feature film by William Eigen. Starring Chaske Spencer and Stacey Thunder, and introducing Mauricimo and S'Nya Sanchez-Hohenstein Sneak Preview Screening at the Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival on Saturday, April 5th, at 6:30 PM at The St. Anthony Main Theatre

    Featured Song: "Star People" by Brulé www.brulerecords.com

    Host/Producer: Martha Fast Horse (Rosebud Lakota), Production Assistant/Photographer: Brook Fast Horse (Bois Forte Ojibwe), Engineer/Talent: Justin Severson (Minnesotan)

    Airing Friday 4/4/14 at 12:00 a.m. CDT on Blog Talk Radio

  • 02:00

    Fashion Double Standards

    in Entertainment

    Lately I have noticed that there is a huge increase in the number of men wearing weaves and dresses. In everyday fashion is this acceptable now? Do women look down on men who wear heels, weaves, makeup, etc?  Why is more acceptable for women to dress boyish than for men to do so? Is that a reason to question a man's sexuality?

    Let's talk about it.... 

  • 02:00

    Mental Dialogue: Conversation w/ Joshua M. Peltier, "Designed for Greatness"

    in Current Events

    Motivational speaker, JOSHUA PELTIER, visits MENTAL DIALOGUE to discuss his amazing program, DESIGNED FOR GREATNESS.  A program designed to encourage youth to reach their potential through the POWER OF EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION.  Since PELTIER, believes 90% of communication is non-verbal he stresses to youth the way they dress and carry themselves speaks volume in how they are received in their daily lives as well in the workforce.  In the 2nd Hour (11:00am EST), for the MONEY & POWER HOUR we bring on financial experts to discuss The Black community's fear of investing in the STOCK MARKET and how to overcome this fear in order to take part in this potential PILLAR OF WEALTH.

  • 02:00


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  • 00:15

    Rachel Hauck debuts The Wedding Chapel on Life Lessons

    in Lifestyle

    Why are there so many unreconciled father-children relational issues. Author Rachel Hauck reveals secrets in her new book- The Wedding Chapel.

    What inspired the plotline of The Wedding Chapel?

    Why did you choose to marry a classic love story from the 1940s

    with a modern tale of romance gone off course?

    What would you say is the major thread or theme that runs throughout The Wedding Chapel?

    Has a communication breakdown ever caused issues in one of your important relationships?

    Taylor and Jack marry impetuously, eloping only a few months after reconnecting, and they almostimmediately start having issues. Why is the

    first year of marriage so hard? What advice can you offer to young married couples?

    How can we defeat negative patterns such as bad relationships or substance abuse, which sometimes

    seem to run in families??

    How have you seen God at work even after you or someone in your life made a poor decision?

    Those who have a complicated relationship with their earthly fathers

    may struggle with a having healthy relationship with God as Father. How can they reconcile what they believe about God with what they’ve

    experienced with their earthly dads?

    Are there ever moments when we should give up on our dreams?

    You feature a villain in the book whose life ha

    s become rife with bitterness. Have you ever been tempted to

    give in to anger or jealousy? What do you hope your readers learn from this character?

    In your book The Wedding Dress you included some rich symbolism that showed how God impacts history and our lives in ways we don’t always see or understand. Did you incorporate any of that imagery in The Wedding Chapel?

    When you sat down to write

    The Wedding Chapel

    , what impact did you hope it would have on its readers?

  • 00:58

    The DC Poetry Project's Open Mic Call-In Show!

    in Poetry

    The DC Poetry Project's Open Mic Call-In Show is designed to provide a forum for the poets and others to critically assess the cultural and social issues that affect all are lives. It's also designed to serve as a vehicle for self-expression and give voice to the ideas and thoughts that only the power of poetry can address.

    Music by Mike Stewart

    Titles: "Strutting Down the Street, Wow, So Good and Playful Children."

    Source: http://www.internetaudioguy.com

    Morning Walk - "JINGLE PUNKS" #music #theme

  • 01:19

    "Men Talk Monday" Where Have All the Real Men Gone? The Weak American Male

    in Family

    Have you noticed American guys being passive and/or too timid to make a move or take the lead? Why are straight men so passive these days? Is it because women became aggressive in business and got used to going after what we want, so suddenly the lazy, no-account men out there realized how much easier it was to lay back and let the woman do all the work? Why should a guy put out the effort and take the risk of expressing interest in a woman, asking her out, taking her out and basically courting her, when all they have to do is dress up in an attention getting way, like women normally do, get a woman’s attention, throw out the bait, lay back, and let her hunt? 

    While men became passive, women have become masculine and aggressive. Have you seen Jersey Shore? The guys on that show are like women and the women are like men. The guys spend hours on their tan, their hair, their body. They dress up in flashy colors like a girl, shave themselves from head to toe, wear hairspray. So many girls fall all over them. This is not particular to Jersey, this kind of guy is EVERYWHERE now, if not that Affliction-wearing ass clown ilk, then it’s him in a suit, but with the same basic mentality.

    Men have come to enjoy being courted rather than doing the courting. They have grown lazy, their character and integrity weakening with each passing year. Men now sit back on their laurels and let women do all the work. Women are taking all the risk, essentially acting as the yin to their yang instead of the other way around. Amazingly, this doesn’t seem to bother men in the least. In fact they love it. Women are calling guys, asking them out, growing a penis, taking charge, all to their own detriment.

  • 01:00

    Domestic Violence Overcomer Ly Syin Lobster

    in Motivation

    Ly Syin Lobster is an overcomer. Her early influences in life were reading, Christianity, and abuse.  As teenage she became interested in writing as a way to express herself. She started writing for her church newsletter. 
                    After dealing with more domestic violence and being homeless, In 2006 she completed  Connections to Success Leading lady Leadership Series.  Ms. Lobster completed additional leadership training at Human development Corporations ‘s Stepping Up to Leadership Program.  Four years later, she was selected as the  Dress for Success Professional Women’s Group delegate. She organized the community action project “ Yes We Can Women Overcoming Obstacles. She lead outreach activities such as feeding the homeless women and their families. Collecting personal hygiene items and organizing a conference for homeless women  In 2006 she completed  Connections to Success Leading lady Leadership Series.  Ms. Lobster completed additional leadership training at Human development Corporations ‘s Stepping Up to Leadership Program.

                      Ms. Lobster has overcome many issues such as domestic violence, alcoholism and homelessness.  Through her personal experience and her professional skills as a freelance - journalist, blogger, communications guru has empowered her to become an advocate for women’s  causes.



  • 01:21

    Another Fork in the Road: Caregiver/Survivor, Sandra Williams and a Drunk Driver

    in Education

    The loss of independence is what Sandra Williams misses most since her brain injury. She misses running and having energy to do all the things she wants to do. The biggest tip Sandra can offer other survivors is "Don't listen to negative comments or even employers that tell you you can't do the job. Listen to your heart, your soul and fight for yourself and others. It will keep you going." Sandra will talk about what keeps her going on "Another Fork in the Road." Please Tune In!

    Every TBI survivor and caregiver has encountered a fork in the road that has diverted his or her life-plan. A car accident, a fall from the roof, doing one more chin-up, or a door literally slamming one in the face are just some causes of traumatic brain injury. College plans, walking down the aisle in the perfect dress, or the coveted job quickly slip from reality as dreams turn to struggle. These unexpected life-happenings that divert one from his or her chosen path in life can be devastating. But as Yogi Berra once said, "If you come to a fork in the road, take it." Life is all about choices!

    To learn more about me, please visit my blogs.

    Surviving Traumatic Brain Injury Blog: survivingtraumaticbraininjury.com

    Donna's Blog: donnaodonnellfigurski.wordpress.com

  • 00:36

    Dress for Success ~ CEO Style

    in Entrepreneur

    Alicia Couri knows what it takes to dress for success. In this fun interview, we talk about the importance of finding your own unique style and intelligently selecting fashion to fit the occassion and purpose of your events.  Alicia gives us tips on what colors to wear to enhance our personality type.  Not only does she share brilliant advice, she also is offering a FREE 20 minute style consultation so you can discuss solutions to make you Red Carpet ready for anytime.